2023 French Open Men’s Singles Draw, Scores

The injured 14-time champion missed the French Open men’s singles draw Rafael Nadal For the first time since 2004, the Coupe des Musketeers is ripe.

Matches are televised live on NBC Sports. Peacock and by Championship Points on Tennis Channel Paris.

Novak Djokovic Not only was he bidding for a third crown at Roland Garros, but he also lifted his 23rd Grand Slam singles trophy, breaking his tie with Nadal for the all-time record in men’s history.

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But the No. 1 seed is the Spaniard Carlos AlgarazLast year’s US Open title, at 19, made him the youngest player to win a major since Nadal’s first French Open title in 2005.

Algaraz is now the second youngest man to win at Roland Garros, after Nadal in 1989.

Algarez missed the Australian Open in January with a right leg injury, but went 30-3 with four titles. Notably, he did not face Djokovic this year. They may meet in the semi-finals.

Russian Daniel MedvedevThe No. 2 seed lost to the 172nd-ranked Brazilian qualifier in the first round. Show Diego Ceibo. It is the first time since Wimbledon 2003 that a men’s top-two seed has lost in the first round of a major tournament (Ivo Karlovic E. Leighton Hewitt)

Number 9 Taylor Fritz and no. 12 Francis Thiafoe The top-ranked American then became the first American player to reach the quarterfinals of the French Open Andre Agassi In 2003. Since then, five different Americans have advanced past the fourth round a combined eight times.

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2023 French Open Men’s Singles Draw

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